SpringHill Suites Chicago Waukegan/Gurnee
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... Bakery in the lobby of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Our afternoon then consisted of more touring Chicago by bus and arriving at the Museum of Science and Industry. I loved this museum but completely underestimated its size. Which means...we didn't have enough time! We watch a tornado appear in the building, walked through a suspended 727 airplane, played with electricity and took a brisk walk through the history of bicycles. ...
... geting everything out and finding somewhere for it all to dry. So after 5 mins it already looked like we'd been in our room a week!
With literally dozens of food options within a couple of minutes walk we've opted for this grill house - when in America!
P.s. its cold! The windy city is living up to its name so far!
What a lovely city! Had no idea it was so clean and the architecture is remarkable. Went to the 94th floor of the John Hancock Building and took a few shots, also had a beer or two there. Millennium Park had a jazz festival going we took a long ride on the "El" the elevated train system you always see in movies and TV. The train goes within inches of ...